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Chinese chicken salad

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Chinese chicken salad, as its name suggests, is a salad with chicken; therein, flavored with ... In restaurants, Chinese chicken salad may be more embellished and offered as an American style "...

Chinese Chicken Main Dish Recipes - Allrecipes.com

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A favorite chicken dish from the Chinese restaurant comes home in this quick but tasty version. Curry paste, coconut milk, ginger, and garlic flavor the sliced ...

10 Chinese Dishes That Real Chinese People Don't Eat - Eater DC

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Oct 31, 2011 ... This recipe is strictly American—chunks of chicken battered, fried and sweetened for ... Her father also owned several Chinese restaurants.

Asian Honey Chicken - Damn Delicious

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May 3, 2014 ... Asian Honey Chicken - A take-out favorite that you can easily make ... instead of all that sodium and msg goodness that some restaurants use.

How to Velvet Chicken - All - Instructables

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... sometimes. ;-) It's the almost-secret poaching technique that's used to produce tender, succulent chicken, beef and pork at your favorite Chinese Restaurant.

Portland Asian Food Restaurants: 10Best Restaurant Reviews

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Read the 10Best Portland Asian restaurant reviews and view users' Asian ... other great options include Asian chicken salad, noodle bowls, lemongrass beef  ...

Velveting Meat: The Best-Kept Chinese Restaurant Secret « Food ...

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Sep 23, 2015 ... The technique that most Chinese restaurants use to create that juicy, ... When thinly-cut and skinless meat, such as chicken, is velveted, it is ...

Why are chicken and beef in Chinese restaurant so soft? - Quora

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Sep 23, 2014 ... To User's answer, I would add -- the term "velveting" is generally used to mean a ... In either one, the chicken is on the verge of being fully cooked, which is ideal for the process of stir-frying. 1 pound, boneless and skinless ...

Seriously Asian: Velveting Meat | Serious Eats

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More likely than not, the meat that you're eating at a Chinese restaurant has been ... The second recipe is a spicy Sichuanese stir-fry: cubes of velveted chicken ...

how to get chicken like they do in Chinese restaurants « Kayotic ...

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Mar 21, 2013 ... It's easy because you can marinate and poach the chicken in the ... I can see how this would be perfect for Chinese restaurants, but for me at ...

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Why does the chicken from chinese restaurants not look the chicken ...

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Jul 30, 2008 ... It really grosses me out. My husband loves chinese but the chicken dishes gross me out by the way they look. Why does it look different?

Jonathan Gold's 6 favorite Asian fried chicken joints in the L.A. area ...

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Jul 1, 2016 ... Does Los Angeles live by Nashville hot chicken alone? No — not as long as there's a universe of Asian fried chicken too. Max's Restaurant ...

How Do The Chinese Restaurants Get Their Chicken So Tender ...

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Sep 30, 2005 ... I have tried thin slicing, pounding, marinating, you name it! I just can't seem to get even close the the moist tender chicken pieces that I have ...